Working on the estate, with David Carswell leading the tasks, is a great way for students to enjoy and take pride in the scenic surroundings at Camphill Blair Drummond.
In spring, the rhododendrons, azaleas, snowdrops and daffodils are at their best and it is a pleasure to be outside planting and pruning. In the summertime you may find us cutting the grass or weeding. During the colder months we collect leaves for composting, chop logs and maintain the machinery.
Looking after the estate is intensely rewarding and helps students to develop their concentration, co-ordination and team-working skills in pleasant surroundings.
September 16 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Annual Bike SafariOur annual Bike Safari was a huge success this year. We have raised a fantastic £1380 to date with further
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Celebrating Volunteers WeekLast week we celebrated Volunteers Week by thanking all our local volunteers and co-worker with personal messages and cards from our students
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Congratulations Melissa McIlquham!Melissa completed The Stirling Marathon in an amazing time of 4 hours 13 minutes. She has raised a fantastic £932.50 for
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- “I really enjoy my time in workshops at Camphill Blair Drummond but I also enjoy going to Stirling on a Monday night to train with the Stirling All Stars football team” John Ruzzak, (Resident, Amber House)